Women have been flooding the streets in impressive numbers to bring awareness to a plethora of women’s rights issues. Now, as we celebrate Women’s History Month, International Women’s Day, let’s take a look back at some of the most important women in television history.
Browsing: Paul Gulyas
Season 1, Episode 3 – In its messiest episode yet, characters become more unlikable, act more unreasonably, and we get no answers about the “11 11” mystery.
“Something began to change around the turn of the century on television. Real three dimensional characters with mental illnesses began popping up on television screens front and center, and played straight, or at least with deliberateness and compassion,” writes Paul Gulyas.
Season 2, Episode 5 – The backstory of ill-fated Jeff Trail is revealed, and the larger picture of these stories snaps into focus in an excellent episode.
Season 2, Episode 1 – The premiere episode lays solid groundwork but feels like the story has yet to really take off.
Season 1, Episodes 7-10 – The sci-fi series builds some unique worlds to transport viewers to in its later episodes, but still doesn’t offer much other similar shows can not
Season 1, Episodes 4-6 – The series covers well-trodden (perhaps too well-trodden) ground with the middle three episodes, though solid performances from recognizable faces lend a helping hand.
Season 1, Episodes 1-3 – Though it has its moments (particularly in its premiere episode), the series feels like a less cleverly crafted Black Mirror.